North Pacific Cannery National Historic Site

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  • Experience 127 years of history. Original architecture and the pristine BC wilderness set the backdrop for a unique and engaging experience. North Pacific Cannery connects you with an integral part of BCs industrial, economic and cultural history through guided tours, special exhibits, locally-inspired cuisine, and much more!

    The Port Edward Historical Society is a registered charity incorporated in 2000, with a purpose to preserve, restore, interpret and grow North Pacific Cannery as a living museum that illustrates the multicultural, isolated, industrial lifestyle of the West Coast fishery for the local community and the world to experience.

    Our mission is to preserve, exhibit and interpret the history of the salmon canning industry, celebrating its role in the economic and cultural development of British Columbia. We strive to protect, maintain, and grow North Pacific Cannery as an important tourist attraction and local community hub in the region, and provide a unique and engaging experience for local, national, and international visitors.

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